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Keenees: A New Tangle

I honestly cannot remember what inspired me to create this tangle. I do know it was not an “itsy-bitsy teeny tiny polka-dot bikini.” However, as development progressed, low and behold, the name became clear and here I introduce Keenees—which has indeed provided that itsy-bitsy teeny tiny polka-dot bikini inspiration. It’s a fun and playful tangle. It can be used as a filler, a border, or wherever you choose. And, it is the perfect summer tangle! Enjoy!

Keenees: an original tangle by Donna Hornsby, CZT

Keenees: an original tangle by Donna Hornsby, CZT

18 Responses to “Keenees: A New Tangle”

  1. […] by Eden Hunt Keenees by Donna Hornsby Afterglo by Carole Ohl Garlic Cloves by Jacquelien […]

  2. […] Dance by Maria Thomas, Sand Swirl by Karry Huen, Sparkle by Sharon Caforio, Groovy by Eden Hunt, Keenees by Donna Hornsby, and Afterglo by Carole […]

  3. […] Dance by Maria Thomas, Sand Swirl by Karry Huen, Sparkle by Sharon Caforio, Groovy by Eden Hunt, Keenees by Donna Hornsby, and Afterglo by Carole […]

  4. […] a tangle created by CZT Donna Hornsby. You can read her instructions on how to draw the tangle here. Although she wasn’t inspired by the swimsuit of song, the tangle got it’s name because the end […]

  5. […] month the ‘Use My Tangle’ contributor chosen by Laura at I am the Diva is Donna Hornsby, CZT. I am posting my first attempt as I just don’t have time to do alot of Zentangle these days. […]

  6. […] like drawing a series of interlinking baubles as my string today; I thought I would end up using Keenees as the string itself but it deserves better than that! As ever I am utterly disappointed with my […]

  7. Karen Holt says:

    Donna, love the tangle! I’m chuckling because when I looked at the pattern, I saw something completely different! There’s a cookie called “hamantaschen” that Jewish bakers make for the springtime holiday of Purim. They’re tri-cornered cookies filled with a variety of fillings. The most popular are apricot, prune butter or poppy seeds. The Yiddish name for poppy seeds is “mun.” So, I looked at the tangleand saw delicious hamantaschen (pronounced HM-en-Tosh-en) filled with Mun!!

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